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April 10, 2009

Blotter for April 10, 2009

Area police reported the following charges:

Oneonta police

Brett C. Man, 22, Oneonta, April 7, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.

Shakeema Blackwell, 31, Oneonta, April 9, second-degree harassment.

Robert E. Jackson, 43, Oneonta, April 7, failure to pay a fine.

Elizabeth H. Gonzalez, 24, Niskayuna, April 7, failure to pay a fine.

Carrie M. Remillard, 17, New Lisbon, April 8, second-degree harassment.

Casandra M. Remillard, 20, New Lisbon, April 8, second-degree harassment.

Timothy S. Lord, 40, Cooperstown, April 8, driving while ability impaired by drugs.

Oneonta troopers

14-year-old male, Otego, April 8, second-degree assault.

Stamford troopers

13-year-old male, Stamford, April 5, second-degree stalking.

Cobleskill troopers

William H. Nelson, 26, Cobleskill, April 9, endangering the welfare of a child.

Otsego deputies

Michael P. Althiser, 17, Hartwick, April 7, sexual misconduct, endangering the welfare of a child.

Chenango deputies

Robert Lester, 36, Guilford, March 30, endangering the welfare of a child.

Delaware deputies

Dolores Wilbur, 45, Delhi, April 9, second-degree harassment.

Sidney police

Robert J. Oakley, 21, Sidney Center, April 1, second-degree criminal contempt, second-degree harassment.

Wendy L. Finch, 43, Mount Upton, April 2, driving with suspended registration.

James T. Cooper, 28, Sidney, April 2, fourth-degree criminal mischief.

Wesley J. Crawn, 18, Sidney, April 5, third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.

David A. Delay, 38, Sidney, April 6, disorderly conduct.

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